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The 2015 WAFCA nominees for the best we saw on screens this year: Best Film: Brooklyn Mad Max: Fury Road The Revenant Sicario Spotlight Best Director: Alex Garland (Ex Machina) Todd Haynes (Carol) Alejandro G. Iñárritu (The Revenant) George Miller […]

The Spirit Awards are like the Oscars for independent films. Some of them have big stars and some are distributed by big studios. Some are made by first-time filmmakers on budgets that would barely pay for one day’s catering fees […]

Those “who are you wearing” questions on the red carpet are so tiresome and annoying, aren’t they? Especially now that it is so commercial and orchestrated. Everyone knows that stylists are paid a fortune and fashion houses lend their clothes […]

Despite Andy Samberg’s subpar hosting (“I didn’t see ‘Olive Kitteridge,’ only half of Kitteridge” — really? The take-off on the “Mad Man” Coke commercial couldn’t come up with anything other than killing someone with an Emmy? Really?) and truly awful […]

Awards are big money, a huge influence on ticket-buyers. And that means studios spend big money to try to get them. Three-time Oscar nominee Edward Norton spoke out about the abuses of the system in an Indiewire interview. Not to […]

The 2015 Kennedy Center honorees are: George Lucas   Rita Moreno   Cicely Tyson   Carole King   The Eagles   Seiji Ozawa

WINNERS OF THE 2015 CRITICS’ CHOICE TELEVISION AWARDS · Best Drama Series: The Americans (FX) · Best Actor in a Drama Series: Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul (AMC) · Best Actress in a Drama Series: Taraji P. Henson, Empire (FOX) […]

The Tony nominations are out! I was delighted to see “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” get several nominations, including best play, best actor Alex Sharp, and best director Marianne Elliott. It is one of the most […]

Drones will literally change our view of the world and it is very exciting to see the possibilities in the winners of this year’s New York City Drone Film Festival.  You can get a Superman’s-eye view: is hosting the First Annual Christian “Movie Madness” Tournament. Audiences can vote for their favorite films in a bracket-style tournament competition, based on basketball’s March Madness tournament. hopes to promote great films and create industry-wide buzz about audience-favorite […]